Andrew Frank was appointed Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine and Rheumatology to Northwick Park Hospital in 1980, and Professor (Associate), The Institute of Environment, Health and Societies, Brunel University London in 1997. He was part-time Medical Director of Kynixa Ltd, 2007-2009.
He was President of the British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine, 2000-2002 and was the founder Chair of its Vocational Rehabilitation Special Interest Group. He chaired the BSRM Working party that reported on Vocational Rehabilitation, 2000–2003. He has served the VRA as a Trustee since 2005, chairing the Professional Development Committee, 2007-2009, becoming Vice Chair in 2008 and Chair in 2009. He stepped down as VRA Chair in June 2013 and was awarded honorary lifetime membership and remains a trustee.
Andrew was a founder member of the UK Rehabilitation Council and sat on the Council for Work and Health. He has published widely in the fields of back and neck pain, disability/rehabilitation and powered wheelchairs in addition to vocational rehabilitation, including a comprehensive review of vocational rehabilitation for non-experts in 2016 (doi:10.3390/healthcare4030046). He was awarded an honorary DSc from Brunel University in 2003 and became a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy in 2005.